Alex Alexander is a session drummer/percussionist residing in New York City.
Alex Alexander has performed and recorded with Dido, Eminem, Chaka Kahn, Joy Askew, Ritchie Blackmore, Bernie Worell, The Association, Toots and the Maytalls, Sophie B. Hawkins, Julia Fordham, Lucy Woodward and many more.
He has performed on the “Tonight Show”, ”Conan O’Brian”, “The Jon Stewart Show”, "MTV” and “Live at Five” with many of today's pop artists. Among them Montel Jordan, Dougie Fresh, Adina Howard and The Barrio Boyzz.
Alex has also worked on and written music for the off Broadway play “Gravity” and the underground cult film “Whatever Happend to One Eyed Jimmy” starring-Steve Buscemi, Ann Meara, John Turturro and Samuel Jackson.
He plays drumset as well as african and latin percussion. His unique blend of hand percussion and guitar effects pedals can be heard on television and film soundtracks which he composes through his company Perpetual Motion Productions.
He has also played and recorded with some top notch musicians and producers among them; Nile Rodgers, Hiram Bullock, G. E. Smith, Phil Ramone, Andres Levine, Carmine Rojas, Larry Mitchell, David Morales, Bob Clearmountain, Brian Hardgroove, Phillip Hamilton, Paul Shaeffer, Gordon Gaines, Jim Campagnola and Leon Pendarvis.